What am I doing wrong guys...

lehsartam

Newbie
Hi All,
I've googled 'til the G has worn out on my keyboard and tried looking through guides and forums.

I'm trying to add a IPTV sub to my box (Ultimo 4k, Openvix 5.3), tried a few different ways the latest using Jedi Maker but keep getting 'server not responding', but the line is good.

I tried manual input and FTP'd the below line into playlist.txt on Jedi, I couldn't get on with Extreme Editor, kept failing on EPG ID... so gave up on that.

http://line.iptv.*******.to:8080/get.php?username=*********&password=*********&type=m3u&output=ts

Where am i going wrong? Any recommendations, i'm reasonably okay with PC's and FTP etc, but clearly IPTV is not my strong point.

Thank you in advance for reading to this point :)
 

bazcfc1

VIP Member
TK Supporter
In jedi you don't enter the http:// when entering server url so will be like
Url Techkings
Port number 9210
Username I hate
Password spurs
Then green to save
 

pabloescaban

VIP Member
TK Supporter
If your provider sent you the m3u, paste it into a browser address bar and click enter.
It will produce an m3u file.
Open that file with VLC media player.
If it opens the m3u is good, if not it's a duffer
 

lehsartam

Newbie
Thread starter
In jedi you don't enter the http:// when entering server url so will be like
Url Techkings
Port number 9210
Username I hate
Password spurs
Then green to save

Hi, when i FTP the line to the playlist.txt I copied the http in, when i did it through the plugin manually I didn't use the http bit.
 

bazcfc1

VIP Member
TK Supporter
When entering url manually press txt on remote will bring keyboard up then press all and try again
 

lehsartam

Newbie
Thread starter
If your provider sent you the m3u, paste it into a browser address bar and click enter.
It will produce an m3u file.
Open that file with VLC media player.
If it opens the m3u is good, if not it's a duffer

Hi, sorry, is the m3u file part of the http line with the username etc I got sent as thats all my provider has given me.
 

bazcfc1

VIP Member
TK Supporter
Install guide for jedi
Open jedi
Select playlists playlists
press green to add playlist
Protocol leave as http://
highlight server url and type server url without http://
highlight portal and type your port number
highlight username and type your username

highlight password and type your password
green to save
Exit out of Jedi go back into jedi
press ok on server url (green dot)
Change Bouquet Name to what you want (alias)
Leave the other settings till at bottom
Use provider epg set to enable
Use rytec uk epg set to enable
UK only force UK name swap set to enable

then press green
select which bouquets you want or press yellow to select all bouquets
press green to install them

FOR EPG
Go to menu setup epg then epg importer press blue for sources tick rytec box all whats in that go down to uk/vm tick all in that box then go to the very bottom and tick iptv or what ever you have named it green to save then yellow to import at bottom will start to say importing events wait till completed and then exit completely out
 

pieeater2015

TK Veteran
Do what pablo says,Paste the url into a web browser,A m3u will download and play it in vlc media player on the pc to check it works.
I use jedi myself and just copy and paste the full url into the playlist.txt i have about 10 lines in there and if any are offline it gives server not responding
 

pabloescaban

VIP Member
TK Supporter
Hi, sorry, is the m3u file part of the http line with the username etc I got sent as thats all my provider has given me.

The m3u file is created when you paste your m3u line (the one you posted earlier with the user/password removed) into the address bar and click enter
 
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